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when coding ruby in sublime text 2, are their key commands for multi line commentS?

class Myclass
    include MyMethods
    def instance_method
        puts "hi from the instance method"
    def self.class_method
        puts "hi from class method"
    def Myclass.class_method1
        puts "hi from class method1"

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You can type in your comments, use the MIDDLE CLICK & DRAG to select multiple cursors and then type your # to comment.

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I also found this… it appears you can use CTRL + / – chrishough Mar 9 '12 at 0:18
I love ST2. I use it every single day. It truly is the crossplatform Textmate. – kobaltz Mar 9 '12 at 0:20
You can also CTRL + LEFT CLICK to place cursors in different locations. – kobaltz Mar 9 '12 at 0:21

Middle click didn't work for me.

Highlight the lines.
Choose Edit -> Comment -> Toggle Comment
or press CTRL /

Love Submline 2.

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ctrl + / works like a charm!! thanks! – Francois Nov 8 '12 at 18:58
cmd + / works for me – AITAALI_ABDERRAHMANE Apr 4 at 0:01

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